The Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics (LIAG) invites applications for a fixed term of 3 years with 75 % of the working time for the position of a
Research Scientist (m/f/d)
Reference Number G 03/21 – “Crosshole Seismic“
In the context of the project ‘Drilling Overdeepened Alpine Valleys’ (DOVE), the seismic research group at LIAG seeks a PhD candidate for crosshole experiments at the geophysical research site in the Tannwald Basin (Baden-Württemberg, Germany). The scientist will perform seismic experiments between the boreholes and from surface to borehole, develop analysis strategies, and derive information about sedimentation processes from seismic anisotropy. Partners are the German Universities of Kiel and Freiburg as well as the Swiss University of Bern and the ETH Zürich.
Required qualifications and experience
The following fields of experience are of advantage
Place of employment is Hannover. The salary for the position will be according to salary group E13 TV-L (Collective Agreement for public service of the German states), taking into account § 40 No. 5 TV-L (consideration of professional experience).
Applications from people of all nationalities, regardless of their origin, gender, religion or world-view, disability, age or sexual identity, are welcome. LIAG also pursues the goal of equal professional rights for women and men. We therefore particularly welcome applications from women. As part of flexible working hours, we offer you a responsible and varied job that is also suitable for part-time employees and the chance to return to work after parental leave.
The LIAG endeavours to increase the proportion of severely-disabled people, which is why they will be given preference if they are equally qualified.
Please submit your full application electronically (max. 10 MB), without a photo, and stating the job advertisement number G 03/21 and the keyword “crosshole seismic” to email@example.com by 16th June 2021.
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